The Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section is for anyone interested in qualitative approaches to psychology and its impact on theory, research and practice.
Qualitative Methods in Psychology (QMiP Conference) 2022Show content
Qualitative Methods in Psychology (QMiP) Conference 2022
It is our pleasure to announce our first in person conference since the pandemic started. The conference will be held at De Montfort University in Leicester from 13th – 15th July.
The broad conference theme is “A Holistic Approach to Inclusion’ though we also welcome individual talks and symposiums that do not fit this remit.
We are delighted to have keynote speakers including Professor Michelle Fine, Professor Dawn Edge, Dr Joanna Brookes and a panel from the Association for European Qualitative Researchers in Psychology (EQuiP). We are equally happy to be able to include some free workshops on the first day of the conference from leading researchers including ‘Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis’ (Dr Michael Larkin) and Q Methodology (Dr Simon Watts) and from our Teaching Qualitative Psychology group (TQP).
We hope that we see many ‘old’ faces and some ‘new’ attendees at the conference.
Registration is now open!
December 2020Show content
Emotional Labour in the knowledge production process – Online networking event hosted by Candice Whitaker at Leeds Trinity University
Tuesday 8 December 2020, 11.00am – 1.00pm
QMiP is pleased to host a networking event to explore the topic of Emotional Labour in the knowledge production process. Emotional Labour is a frequent component of the knowledge production process. The significance of displaying context appropriate emotional expression is likely to be amplified for the researcher utilising qualitative research methods, especially when exploring potentially sensitive issues. The event is an opportunity for section members to connect and participate in an engaging dialogue surrounding the essential role Emotional Labour often plays in qualitative research investigation.
This networking event aims to facilitate personal and professional development by providing a space for members to reflect on and discuss the significance of Emotional Labour in their roles. Discussion will focus on the de-individualisation of emotion work and identification of the importance of suitable support provision, education and awareness of emotional labour in the knowledge production process.
This event will focus on Emotional Labour in the knowledge production process, both in terms of its potential implications for research activity, as well as the importance of awareness and discussion within research methods teaching practice.
This event is open to Members engaging in qualitative and mixed-methods research, as well as those planning and delivering qualitative research methods training.
December 2019Show content
Title: Implications of Open Science for Quantitative and Qualitative Methods
Date: 10 December 2019
BPS Leicester Office
St Andrews House
48 Princess Road East
QMiP/HPP Joint Conference 2019 PresentationsShow content
Dr Paul Sullivan Svend Brinkmann Prof. Paula Reavey